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From the estimate through close-out, electrical contractors face a unique set of challenges in an increasingly competitive environment. From material purchasing, shipping, install and invoicing, costs and productivity must be tracked and quantified. When it comes to labor utilization, how productive are our crews? Are deadlines being met? Inspections complete?
eSUB is your tool to effectively track productivity and progress and assist you with the following:
Mechanical Contractors face tighter deadlines and greater input into the design phase of projects. With more complicated projects comes a greater need for coordination between the office and the field. Staying up to speed with the latest drawings accessed directly from a mobile device is critical in a scenario where there can be dozens of revisions to be managed. What’s the answer? Tighter communication between the office and the field-everyone working on the same page.
eSUB assists Mechanical Contractors and their teams in the following:
No matter what your specialty trade, the challenges facing Specialty Contractors are unique and need to be tackled with a unique set of goals, objectives and strategies to increase productivity and optimize payment on the job. At the end of the day let’s face it, a one size fits all approach to software doesn’t cut it. We need a software system that is flexible to adapt to our needs of making more money on every project. That’s where eSUB can help.
Created by Subcontractors for Subcontractors, we assist you in the following:
How many units installed? What’s our productivity? From material usage to labor productivity, Drywall Contractors need a centralized system for communication and tracking that can feed to reports summarizing our true status on the job at any given time. Coordination from the field is key to managing the project and optimizing our profits.
Moving through the construction cycle, eSUB will provide a centralized portal for all key players to manage the following: